Headworks sells advanced marine wastewater treatment technology to Evac

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HOUSTON, TEXAS, May 28, 2014 -- Headworks International, Inc., a global provider of wastewater treatment processes and equipment, has announced the sale of its Cleansea® advanced wastewater treatment technology to Evac Oy for the marine business.

The transaction will allow Headworks to concentrate on its core municipal and industrial wastewater treatment markets. Further, by signing the business sale and license agreements with Headworks, Evac expands in the global marine advanced wastewater treatment business market.

Headworks' CleanSea technology is designed to treat a variety of marine wastewater streams, including grey water from accommodation, galley, decanter reject water, and laundry sources, as well as black water. Likewise, CleanSea delivers environmental capabilities designed to address the tough requirements necessitated for reliable, long-term shipboard operation. The system aims to achieve low lifecycle costs and deliver effluent quality that meets stringent marine discharge standards.

According to industry estimates, the advanced wastewater treatment market will continue to grow in coming years. The purchase of Headworks' Cleansea technology will elevate Evac to be an even larger player in the cruise ship segment, now with the largest reference ships in the world from the Headworks Marine Division acquisition.

See also: "Shipboard wastewater treatment system awarded certification"

About Headworks

Headworks International is a total solutions provider offering wastewater screening, MBBR/IFAS biological treatment, and tertiary filtration products to the worldwide municipal and industrial treatment industry. Headworks Inc. is based in Houston, Texas, with offices around the world including the USA, Canada, India, and the Middle East. For more information, visit www.headworksinternational.com.

About Evac

Evac is a global company that designs, manufactures and markets environmentally friendly water, waste and wastewater collection and treatment systems for the shipbuilding and construction industries. Evac Marine is the market leader in the marine field, with more than 30 years of experience in the business.  umber of references, from sailing boats to large luxury cruise liners, is over 12,000. For more information, visit www.evac.com.

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